Tips and Tricks: New Evaluation Toy

Last week, I used QDA Miner Light a qualitative research tool. I found it helpful—Previously, I had used Excel to code comments and then use a Pivot Table to summarize the information.

What I most especially liked  about QDA Miner was the ability to utilize  multiple codes, and to easily flag and retrieve insightful comments. 
You can obtain the light version of  QDA Miner for free.
Tip #2: What I learned or what I took away  from Stats 101 is to always review the distribution of the data. This week I learned how to complete density plots in R. From Quick R
Filled Density Plot
d
plot(d, main=”Kernel Density of Miles Per Gallon”)
polygon(d, col=”red”, border=”blue”) 
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